Reported Wolves target Takumi Minamino will leave Liverpool this summer.

The Japan international has struggled for game time since his arrival at the club in January 2020.

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While he’s racked up 55 appearances for the Reds, starts have been particularly hard to come by.

He’s had it tough competing with world-class attackers, and it seems his short stint at Anfield will soon come to an end.

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Minamino will leave the club in the next window, and currently there are three clubs in talks to sign the player on a permanent deal.

He will decide his future soon, and it is expected the fee will be around £14.5 million.

Recently, Wolves were linked with a move for Minamino.

This Is Anfield claimed Wanderers had interest in the 27-year-old former Salzburg player.

It remains to be seen if Wolves are one of the clubs now in talks.

Potentially there could be need for someone like him at Molineux next season.

Minamino’s versatility allows him to play out wide an also as a number 10.

Could Wolves be in talks with Liverpool to sign Takumi Minamino?

It has been reported that Francisco Trincao will not be coming back to Wolves as a permanent player.

There is also a strong possibility that Adama Traore will be sold since he won’t sign a new deal at Molineux.

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It’s also possible Joao Moutinho could yet leave, as there still hasn’t been any movement on him signing a new contract.

So it could well be that Wolves are one of the three clubs in talks to sign Minamino.